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Since i couldn't find any conclusive information on the rumor that splitting the trip from Bucharest to Sofia makes it cheaper i decided to do some empirical research so here goes: Direct train from Bucharest(from Bucharest Nord) to Sofia costs 140 ROM (35euros) lei and there are few departures per day, 12:55, 23:55 that i am aware of. Direct bus costs 52 ...


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There are several freight ferries across the North Sea, operated by DFDS, including between the UK and Scandinavia. Routes include Immingham (near Hull) to Ejsberg (Denmark), Brevik (Norway), or Gothenburg (Sweden), and from Tilbury (near London) to Gothenburg. Note there is currently a freight ferry from Harwich to Ejsberg, but this is due to end in ...


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As you have discovered the ferries from uk to Scandinavia are an endangered species, and as I discovered when I tried to answer this question earlier, that personal knowledge can also go out of date, and even when you back it up with info from a supposedly trustworthy link, and then that info is also out of date! As you detailed in your question there ...


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National Express from Heathrow Airport are long-distance coach services. They do run services to London's Victoria Coach station from Heathrow, but all National Express coaches are single-decker. The image you are seeing of a double-decker bus at the bottom of the National Express coach website is a link to their partner company, National Express Buses, ...


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The best way is to take a train from Bucarest North to Giergiu Nord and then walk 4km and take a Bulgarian train from Ruse to Sofia


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Hitchhiking is by far the cheapest option. I have had personal experience hitching across Holland both in and out of Eindhoven and I've never wited much longer than 1 hour maximum for a lift pretty much anywhere in Holland. When hitching my best advice is to always hitch from a petrol station, as that way you can talk to drivers to; A: determine if ...



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